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MSU announces 2021 Homecoming Court 

Morehead State University has selected candidates for Homecoming Queen and King. The crowning ceremony takes place at halftime during the Eagle football game versus Butler. The game starts at 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 16.       

2021 Homecoming Queen Candidates

  • Angelique Clay is a senior political science major with a minor in gender studies from Columbus, Ohio. Her parent is Viveca Clay. She is sponsored by Delta Gamma Sorority.  
  • Sarah Hallock is a senior exercise science pre-physical therapy major from Morehead. Her parents are Shellie and Ben Hallock. She is sponsored by Kappa Delta Sorority.  
  • M'Shae Mathews is a senior business management and information systems major from Morehead. Her parents are Allison and Mike Mathews. She is sponsored by the Phi Sigma Pi National Honor Fraternity.  
  • Montana Runnels is a senior agribusiness and animal science major from Proctorville, Ohio. Her parents are Amber & Brad Carpenter and Shawn Runnels. She is sponsored by the Student Government Association.
  • Isabella Washka is a senior marketing major from Lantana, Texas. Her parents are Elizabeth and Todd Washka. She is sponsored by Phi Sigma Pi National Honor Fraternity.  

2021 Homecoming King Candidates

  • Spencer Dubbels is a senior construction and civil engineering major from Clay County. His parents are Pam and Wayne Dubbels. He is sponsored by Chi Omega Sorority.   
  • Gabriel Cody Hammonds is a senior convergent media major from Lovely. His parents are Tammy Hale and Joey Hammonds. He is sponsored by Delta Zeta Sorority.  
  • Alontá Linton is a senior agriculture major with a minor in animal science from Springfield. His parents are Bridget and Joseph Linton. He is sponsored by the National Pan-Hellenic Council.  
  • Jimmy Ray is a senior marketing major from Pikeville. His parents are Ginger Sellards and Clyde Calvin Ray. He is sponsored by Delta Gamma Sorority.  
  • Ethan Wells is a senior biomedical science major from Elkhorn City. His parents are Crystal and Chad Wells. He is sponsored by the Student Government Association.      

To learn more about MSU Homecoming 2021 activities for students, alumni and friends, visit www.moreheadstate.edu/homecoming